MOD­ERN NA­TURE The third gen­er­a­tion of the Timetrea­sure Col­lec­tion from Sul­wha­soo merges the tra­di­tional with high-tech for in­cred­i­ble re­sults. By Su­nitha Thayaparan.

Harper’s Bazaar (Malaysia) - - THE BEAUTY -

It is par for the course that women to­day want the most from their skin­care regime and it is also no se­cret that in­sid­ers al­ways have an ear to the ground with what the Korean skin­care brands are launch­ing. Hav­ing emerged as a real player in the beauty in­dus­try stakes, whether in aes­thet­ics mod­i­fi­ca­tion or su­per luxe and high-tech creams, Korea con­tin­ues to brand it­self as a na­tion ob­sessed with porce­lain skin and re­fined fea­tures. Of the plethora of op­tions avail­able, one that’s ahead of the pack is Sul­wha­soo. BAZAAR touched base with the holis­tic lux­ury skin­care brand re­cently at the lush en­vi­rons of The Datai, Langkawi. In the com­pany of sev­eral celebrity fans of the brand from Malaysia and Thai­land, Sul­wha­soo pre­sented the latest gen­er­a­tion of its pre­mium anti-ag­ing col­lec­tion, Sul­wha­soo Timetrea­sure EX. There are five prod­ucts in the range, all of which rely on the heal­ing prop­er­ties of the leg­endary Korean Red Pine, that al­lows for an os­ten­si­ble re­ver­sal of the ag­ing process, giv­ing women back their beau­ti­ful, youth­ful ra­di­ance.

We were served au­then­tic Korean pine nee­dle tea to re­in­force in our minds the heal­ing qual­i­ties of the pine. It has four to five times more Vi­ta­min C than a glass of or­ange juice and a con­cen­trated amount of Vi­ta­min A, which in­vig­o­rates the im­mune sys­tem. The celebri­ties, who had of course, tried the range, re­lated their ex­pe­ri­ence with this pre­mium col­lec­tion.

Award-win­ning Malaysian ac­tress, Deb­bie Goh who has a hec­tic sched­ule, shared that she loved the Timetrea­sure Ren­o­vat­ing Cream EX be­cause of its lux­u­ri­ous tex­ture and scent. “With just a tiny amount, it glides on smoothly and day by day, I no­tice an im­prove­ment in the qual­ity of my skin – and a lift­ing ef­fect too!”

Ac­tress Chris Tong, who fell in love with the Timetrea­sure Ren­o­vat­ing Eye Cream EX, says, “For me, it’s sig­nif­i­cant be­cause it has the ben­e­fit of a to­tal anti-ag­ing eye cream which helps com­bat all signs of ag­ing. Best of all, it has bright­en­ing ben­e­fits as well that masks the fact that I don’t al­ways have the lux­ury of beauty sleep.” Both celebri­ties ap­pre­ci­ate that the range is holis­tic in na­ture, with the red pine and gin­seng as prime in­gre­di­ents, and they also ac­knowl­edge its re­mark­able anti-ag­ing ben­e­fits.

“As some­one who re­ally ap­pre­ci­ates great de­sign, the real plus point for me is the pack­ag­ing,” pro­claims Goh. “It’s al­most like a work of art.” TIMETREA­SURE REN­O­VAT­ING

SERUM EX, 50ML, RM1,010 Sul­wha­soo’s Timetrea­sure Ren­o­vat­ing Serum EX is a com­pre­hen­sive pre­mium anti-ag­ing essence, bring­ing to­gether the vi­tal­ity of red pine and an­tiox­i­dant en­er­gies to en­hance the skin’s de­fen­sive func­tion and re­ju­ve­nate the skin. Its su­per an­tiox­i­dant com­plex en­hances the skin’s de­fen­sive func­tion and presents skin ra­di­ance that grace­fully over­comes the traces of time.


125ML, RM380 Sul­wha­soo’s Timetrea­sure Ren­o­vat­ing Emul­sion EX is an an­ti­ag­ing emul­sion. With the ap­pli­ca­tion

of the liq­uid crys­tal emul­sion tech­nol­ogy, it con­tains skin-friendly in­gre­di­ents to en­hance the skin’s bar­rier func­tion and cre­ates a pro­tec­tive layer on the skin.

A sig­na­ture prod­uct of the Timetrea­sure Line, this is a pre­mium anti-ag­ing eye cream that pro­vides

com­pre­hen­sive care to ad­dress wrin­kles and dark shad­ows un­der the eyes and re­vives del­i­cate skin around the eyes. It re­duces wrin­kles,

lifts, and light­ens.


60ML, RM1,360 The pre­mium anti-ag­ing cream presents time- de­fy­ing, long-last­ing youth through the vi­tal­ity of the red pine and wild mush­room. The mush­rooms and

the red pine's age- de­fy­ing DAA cre­ate syn­ergy ef­fects to re­store firm­ness and skin

elas­tic­ity from within.

Chris Tong, Deb­bie Goh, Cirin Hor­wang (known fa­mously as Cris Hor­wang), and Grit Ji­rakierti­vad­hana

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